attempting to handle tertiary and quaternary levels of navigation in a website. So for example:
Energy > Energy Procurement > Sustainable energy > Sustainable Energy within housing.
Energy (top level), Energy procurement (within a mega menu structure), and sustainable energy (within a mega menu structure) is all handled within a mega menu. The issue comes across when users come on the "Sustainable Energy" page there are pages beneath this (for example "sustainable energy within housing", "sustainable energy within retail", "sustainable energy within commercial")
How would you recommend this is handled within this page?
My manager has argued that this page should have been structured (it hasn't) to allow for a left hand navigation within the tertiary page ("Sustainable Energy"). (it hasn't). would love to see some examples and get your experience for how this UX issue can be addressed. Essentially the question is:
How would you recommend users navigate to and understand that there are links within and below the "sustainable energy" section? Are there any examples? (ps: yes they need individual pages for SEO and the content within the initial page is too long as it stands. This is not something I have control over_